pasyami nanyam purusat puratanad
yah samyuge tvam rana-marga-kovidam
aradhayisyaty asurarsabhehi tam
manasvino yam grnate bhavadrsah
pasyami—I see; na—not; anyam—other; purusat—than the person; puratanat—most ancient; yah—who; samyuge—in battle; tvam—to you; rana-marga—in the tactics of war; kovidam—very much skilled; aradhayisyati—will give satisfaction; asura-rsabha—O chief of the asuras; ihi—approach; tam—Him; manasvinah—heroes; yam—whom; grnate—praise; bhavadrsah—like you.
You are so skilled in war that I do not see anyone else but the most ancient person, Lord Visnu, who can give satisfaction in battle to you. Therefore, O chief of the asuras, approach Him, whom even heroes like you mention with praise.
Aggressive materialistic warriors are actually punished by the Supreme Lord for their policy of unnecessarily disturbing world peace. Therefore Varuna advised Hiranyaksa that the right course to satisfy his fighting spirit would be to seek to fight with Visnu.

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